Episode #38: Dean Cain and Andrew Bolt Join Us!

We hope you’re doing well and had a great Easter weekend during these strange times. A new episode of the Ann & Phelim Scoop is out now and this week we are joined by two very special friends!  Our first guest is Young Superman himself – Dean Cain! 

Dean discusses how he’s spending his time in quarantine and how his family pets have taken to the change. He also suggests which four of his movies you should watch while you’re stuck at home. You won’t want to miss it! Dean also reminisces about his role as the star of Gosnell and talks about why it is such an important film. 

We also cover the relaunch of FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers!  Which stars Dean and Kristy Swanson. The play was offline for a while after a liberal actor in the show decided he didn’t like how popular the story was and the truth it revealed. 

Our second exciting guest is Australian journalist Andrew Bolt. Andrew joins us to talk about the “Australian Duke Lacrosse” case. Cardinal George Pell was hated by the country’s liberal establishment and in a media frenzy was convicted of several counts of sexual abuse and spent more than 400 days in jail. However, as Andrew discusses, there were many reasons to doubt the original allegations. It’s no surprise the Australian High Court acquitted Cardinal Pell and released him from jail last week. 

It reminds us a lot of the hoax created to take down Brett Kavanaugh and how the mainstream media and liberal establishment nearly destroyed an innocent man’s because they were so eager to convict him of wrongdoing regardless of the evidence. 

We were also able to get his famous recipe for Dirty Spicy Rice!  We’ll certainly be making it soon! You can view the recipe here: 

Dean Cain’s Famous Dirty Spice Rice!

  • 3 cups of rice (I use sprouted short brown rice, but have used jasmine and others — it all works!) Cook the rice separately. In a LARGE sauce pan
  • Coconut Oil (and/or olive oil) in the pan to saute the below:
  • Chopped Onion – 1 large (I buy pre-chopped, and I use the whole container!!)
  • Chopped cilantro (one bunch)
  • Chopped scallions (one bunch)
  • Small handful of edamame (or mukamake) soy beans


  • 6-7 bulbs of garlic
  • 2 or 3 Jalapeno peppers
  • 1 Habanero pepper (very spicy hot)

Mix the special spicy mixture to the Onion, cilantro, scallion, and edamame — and saute for 5-7 minutes or until soft.

Add cooked rice.

Add soy sauce (to taste)

Mix all together, and continue cooking for another 10-15 minutes at a low heat.

All done!!!

I love to eat the rice on day 2 and 3 — it seems to get better!!!! I mix an egg to a small cup of rice and microwave for 3 minutes (1 min at a time – mixing in between)